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Taking the helm: How managing brokers learn to lead
Taking the helm: How managing brokers learn to lead

What does it take to become a managing broker? We check in with agents who made the transition from independent contractor to manager to learn what surprised them, the lessons they’ve learned along the way and the skills that have been most vital to their success so far.

Real-life lessons from managing brokers
Real-life lessons from managing brokers

It can be tricky business transitioning from real estate agent to managing broker. Imagine going from covering the responsibilities of one to overseeing dozens of real estate professionals. Thankfully, up-and-coming managing brokers don’t have to reinvent the wheel upon

Agents explain what they want from managing brokers
Agents explain what they want from managing brokers

In this survey, learn what agents really value and need when it comes to brokerage management.

Managing brokers on the challenges of leading a brokerage
Managing brokers on the challenges of leading a brokerage

In this survey, learn what agents really value and need when it comes to brokerage management.

What do Atlanta agents and brokers think about their associations?
What do Atlanta agents and brokers think about their associations?
A model for membership
A model for membership

How associations are evolving to meet Realtors’ needs in a changing industry

LGBTQ Realtor association outlines advocacy agenda for 2020
LGBTQ Realtor association outlines advocacy agenda for 2020

As it celebrates a decade of successes, NAGLREP turns its focus toward getting the Equality Act through Congress.

It’s go time in the Georgia Assembly
It’s go time in the Georgia Assembly

Georgia Association of Realtors gets ready for 2020 legislative session

Cover story: 2020 Predictions
Cover story: 2020 Predictions

It’s almost 2020, if you can believe it, and the future of the real estate industry is, perhaps, more uncertain than ever. Agents not only will contend with the potential of rising interest rates and an economic recession ­–

When clients say yes to a mortgage without an “I do”

Today more than ever, as millennials are delaying marriage and homeownership remains the American dream, agents are guiding non-traditional buyers through the transaction process. Whether it’s unmarried couples, friends or relatives investing in a property together, agents can add

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